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Taking the Long View: Preparing Your Case for a Difficult Hearing and Beyond

Total Credits: 1 CLE Credit

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Sarah Frederick, Esq. |  Christopher Grover
Course Levels:
All Skill Levels
54 Minutes
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The speakers will present an overview of preparing a case for an   Administrative Law Judge hearing, addressing topics including: 

  • Hearing evidence and construction 
  • Handling VE testimony considering a possible appeal 
  • The importance of submitting additional evidence at the Appeals Council 
  • How to submit additional evidence in USDC cases 
  • Do you even want to appeal? Practical considerations to getting your client’s case approved as quickly as possible



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Jeffrey Freedman Attorneys, PLLC

Christopher Grover is a staff attorney with Jeffrey Freedman Attorneys, PLLC where he focuses his practice on Social Security Disability and Bankruptcy Law.  He graduated cum laude from the University at Buffalo School of Law and is admitted to practice in New York. 


Mr. Grover’s Social Security practice has been influenced by his involvement with several health service organizations concentrating on disability issues.  His mother has worked for the New York State Office of Mental Health for 35 years, so he learned about the difficulties of mental health programming and servicing at a young age.  During his undergraduate studies, he gained a unique perspective and insight while working as a classroom aide, program aide, job coach, and residential aide for an agency supporting individuals with autism spectrum disorder.  He has worked with the Lupus Alliance of Upstate New York to shed light on lupus and other autoimmune diseases, which are often times marginalized until they become life threatening.  These experiences have allowed Mr. Grover to help his clients convey their limitations not only to a judge, but to their families, friends, and treatment providers.    


Mr. Grover is currently serving as chair for the Bar Association of Erie County’s Committee for the Disabled, executive councilmember for the BAEC’s Young Lawyer’s Committee, and he is on the Lupus Alliance of Upstate New York’s Board of Directors.  

CLE Disclaimer

This course was approved for a Live Conference.  It is CLE eligible for On-Demand credit.  CLE Self-Study credit may be obtained by applying directly to your state bar association.  Please check with your bar for their rules and regulations.